Have you ever considered making a career change? 

It can be scary to leave a job and a career that you know to switch gears and do something completely different.

But, that’s exactly what Shana Berkeley did. Her career has evolved from being a lawyer to entrepreneur and personal stylist to running an arm of a local non-profit. Her story is proof that you don’t have to plan out your whole life. Instead, you simply need the courage to take brave, bold steps when opportunities come your way. 

Our conversation was so much fun and I think you’ll love getting to listen in! 

Here are just some of the things we discuss:

  • Why fashion matters more than you think;
  • The importance of getting to know your neighbors;
  • Getting started with your business idea, even if you don’t have resources;
  • Why you should practice in public, even if no one is watching; and
  • How to take small steps toward your dreams.

Press play to dive in now. You don’t want to miss it!

Resources Mentioned on the Show

Check out Corner to Corner to learn about The Academy, Script to Screen, The Coalition and all of the great work they are doing in Nashville. 

You can also follow Corner to Corner on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.

Get great styling tips from Shana at The Fashion Chase on Instagram and YouTube.

Check out Shana’s new show, Girl, I Got Questions, on Instagram and YouTube.

The Art of Neighboring is the book I mentioned on the show (but couldn’t recall the name!).

Coneheads is a graduate of The Academy that Shana mentions on the show. 

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